• YA FANTASY,  YOUNG ADULT

    [BOOK REVIEW] the Darkest Star by Jennifer L. Armentrout (Origin #1)

    I can’t really express myself as to how friggin’ excited I was when I received an e-arc of the Darkest Star back in September. I’ve been looking forward to a spin-off series ever since reading LUX for the first time, years ago, because I became OBSESSED with everything Luxen – understatement! Add to this, that when I did an interview with Jen last year, she told me that Luc would dethrone Daemon. I kid you not, she said this to me back then. I went on a full freak-out-modus when she told me this while sitting right in front of her, lol. And it made me even More excited to…

  • YA FANTASY,  YA RETELLINGS,  YOUNG ADULT

    [BOOK REVIEW] a Curse so Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer

    HOLY BGJDHBFGHJBDFGH… this book is fantastic! Where have you been all my life? This is how you write re-tellings folks! *be prepared, this is going to be a long review, LOL Since there are already so many BatB re-tellings out there, I’m always a bit skittish to start a new one even though I love them in general. But a lot of them aren’t really original and surprising anymore, to be honest. a Curse so Dark and Lonely is one of the few who hit all the right checkboxes for me though! It’s original and surprising, entertaining, enthralling, addictive and magical. I couldn’t have wished for more awesomeness. This was…

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